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Your Guide to Baseball Betting

Why is Baseball the best sport to bet on? If you are just getting started with online sports betting but you don’t know which types of sports you want to bet on, then betting Baseball is almost definitely the way to go when you first start out. Sports Betting sites on Baseball offer a huge […]

Week 1 Odds Have Pats Picked Over Pittsburgh

There are some two months left before the start of the new NFL season, and two months left for New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick to prepare for the possibility of playing without Tom Brady. The team is still awaiting the decision on Brady’s appeal, which could still see his four-game “deflategate” suspension overturned.

Group Uses Actual Science to Rip Apart Wells Report

Everyone, including its supporters, could find ways to poke holes into the Wells Report. Among its findings was some flawed science which found conclusions the NFL was looking for. Enter the American Enterprise Institute, was a thorn in the NFL’s side during the Bountygate scandal. At that time, the AEI found that the Saints, whether […]

Patriots Sign Matt Flynn, Prepare For Life Without Tom Brady

Signed in the past to be a starter for the Seahawks and Raiders — he failed in both places — quarterback Matt Flynn has accomplished the most filling in for Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay. Now, he’s in New England, presumably to back up Jimmy Garappolo while Tom Brady misses at most four games (but […]

Video: Switch-Pitcher? Ambidextrous Pat Venditte Debuts Against Red Sox

If you saw last night’s Red Sox game, you saw the Major League debut for Oakland A’s prospect Pat Venditte, who is ambidextrous, meaning he can pitch with both arms. Check out the video here: Your browser does not support iframes.

Belmont Stakes 2015: American Pharoah, not Pharaoh #typo

In case you’re not a self-proclaimed “grammar Nazi,” you may not have noticed that horse American Pharoah’s name is permanently spelled wrong… by mistake. Many owners through the years have used alternate spellings for their horses, but in this case, the name was incorrectly submitted to a naming contest held by Zayat Stables, the horses’s owner.

Video: Red Sox Fan Severely Injured by Broken Bat at Fenway Park

A Red Sox fan at Friday night’s game against the Oakland A’s suffered life-threatening injuries when she was hit in the face by a broken bat while sitting in the stands at Fenway Park during the second inning. The fan, a woman, was with a small child believed to be her son. She was taken […]

Clay Buchholz Has an ERA Under 4.00 (BREAKING NEWS)

This is a breaking news update. Red Sox starting pitcher Clay Buchholz now has an ERA under 4.00.

Wes Welker Not Ruling Out Return to Patriots, Offers Take on Deflategate

Appearing on Boston radio stations Tuesday, free agent wide receiver Wes Welker would not rule out a return to the Patriots: “I think there are a handful of teams that are definitely an option,” he said. “If the right situation comes up and everything kind of pieces together then I’ll definitely play again. … I […]

7 of the Biggest Super Bowl Surprises Ever

Super Bowl XLIX may have come and gone but the unforeseen twist at the end of that game is probably still making some Seahawks’ fans, and their quarterback Russell Wilson, a bit queasy. When the Patriots’ Malcolm Butler intercepted a pass intended for the Seahawks’ Ricardo Lockette with less than :30 left in the game […]

Kobe Bryant Retirement Happens After Next Season

One of the greatest NBA players in history, Kobe Bryant, has finally decided to retire… after next season. “He has indicated to me that this is it,” Los Angeles Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak said

VIDEO: Shaq’s Son Shareef O’Neal is Huge and Really Good at Basketball #ICYMI

From the In Case You Missed It (#ICYMI) files… The son of former Celtics center Shaquille O’Neal isn’t as big as his dad is, but he’s still huge. Shareef O’Neal is only 15 and is already 6 feet, 7 inches tall. He’s also quite good at basketball:

You’re Finnish! Bruins Sign Joonas Kemppainen from Finland

Finnish forward Joonas Kemppainen has signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Bruins. Kemppainen, 27, scored 11 goals and tallied 21 assists for the Oulun Karpat of the Finnish Elite League last season, finishing with a +15 rating in 59 games. He added 10 goals in 19 playoff games.

VIDEO: Red Sox Finally Call Up Rusney Castillo, Who Drops Fly Ball

The Red Sox finally called up Rusney Castillo on Friday night, and in his first game, he dropped a fly ball in a play that Jerry Remy even called “bad.” It really was embarrassing. Castillo later singled to redeem himself a bit. Check out the drop here (mixed in with a recap of the Angels […]

Where is Jerry Remy? (May 18, 2015) – He’ll Return Soon!

Wondering where Jerry Remy is? So were we… until Rem-Dawg finally Tweeted Monday that he’ll be back on Tuesday: Be back tomorrow. Looking forward to being back with don and the sox — Jerry Remy (RemDawg) (@Jerry_Remy) May 18, 2015 Remy has been out since the beginning of May, only saying that he wasn’t “feeling […]